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tomorrow, 10:30 p.m. eastern and midnight. we'll see you then. see you in denver. >> dana: hello. i'm dana perino with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, eric bolling, greg gutfeld. it's 5 verz in new york city. this is "the five." did the obama administration deny the consulate in libya for more protection before last month's deadly attack? that is what a house committee alleges and they want answers. leaders of the oversight and government reform committee sent letter to hillary clinton asking why the request for security were denied by washington. they site multiple government officials as the sources. it has threats on facebook that targeted ambassadorsteins. andrea, we are three weeks to the day from the four ambassadors were killed. you have a committee now saying the answers are not good enough. they don't make sense. secretary of state hillary clinton says she will cooperate with congress. the right thing to do. there will be a hearing next wednesday. interesting today when we were talking last night and today, you saw that the press is not letting up on this. in particular, the e
because they want to do is not fair to them. >> dana: one complaint about the polls it's a simple. looking at who came out in 2008 to vote for president obama will not be the same in 2012. some of the more conservative republicans pollsters say they are smoking something if they think it will be the same turn-out in 2008. that is not the case. the polling is using that same model. that is their complaint. >> greg: what do you mean by smoking something? you lost me. >> dana: muscle relaxant -- >> greg: is this media bias? >> kimberly: there is significant media bias. that has been proven over and over. people want to believe mainstream media, go ahead. sign up for four more years for record high unemployment, declining household values. loss of prestige and credibility and influence of the u.s. overseas and in this country. they have 41 more days. >> bob: the idea that the pew institute is trying to change the election, i don't buy it. there are good pollsters in there. >> eric: take the one everyone talking about today, cbs/"new york times" poll. they went to the swing state, battleground
. it's dana perino. 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." let's do this, america. ♪ ♪ some folks think pollsters are rigging results targeting democrats. not me, i see nothing unbalanced about npr taking poll in organic food cooperative on the west side. polls are like the grateful dead. you follow them or you don't. like the dead, polls are just noise that make tippie dance. some accuse the gullibility for buying this stuff but not me. the media knows what it's doing but they do it anyway. why is that? they're the most despotic entity today, shadow government setting policy and calling shots. the main stream media decide the ends justify the means and assume decision-making power reporting what it wants to. so fox is the only place to tune in and not be scolded in submission, only place you can feel good about your country. shut up, bob. today people don't want to hear the gripe show all the time. that is why the main stream media is losing viewers. they got a new friend. look at libya. you now have hacks covering for obama coming out gainst american values. take a look at slate
with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ well, the celebrity in chief doesn't have time to meet with our allies, he doesn't have time to g.o.p. but he has time for the gals of "the view." >> i told folks i'm just supposed to be eye candy here for you guys. [ laughter ] >> eric: eye candy. you know, it's outrageous that you make time for your celebrity pals. meanwhile, the world is crumbling. american diplomats dragged through the street of libya. pakistani libya putting bounties on american citizens' heads. here at home, the american economy is in shambling. obamanomics turned it to food stamp obama nation. war on jobs is crushing the middle class. as american cities declare bankruptcy for the first time ever. so, go ahead with "the view." go ahead with "letterman show." the clooney dinners. i understand you're eye candy. i understand you have your priorities. unfortunately, your priorities don't line up with ours. >> bob: that was very depressing. >> eric: it is depressing. >> bob: okay. >> eric: it is depressing.
and dana milbank. thank you both for being here this evening. >> thank, reverend. >> krystal, let me start with you. romney is falling behind not because he's a bad candidate. are voters rejecting his ideas as well? >> absolutely. as much as he's tried to hide behind the mask, democrats have been happy to fill in exactly what he stands for and what he's been saying in this election and i think he really sealed his fate. the 47% video was the nail in the coffin. really, he sealed his fate long ago when he was supporting things like personhood, an extreme piece of legislation that it was actually -- it actually failed in mississippi, the most pro life state in the country, focusing on things like self deportation, supporting the paul ryan budget, calling it marvelous, voucher rising medicare. these are wildly unpopular policies that he has stood for and he may not be willing but the democrats are happy to fill in those detail and it's his ideas at the core. >> aside from the politics and the polls -- and we'll go through some of those numbers, i think that when americans hear the choices of
beast. and dana milbank, columnist for "the washington post." thanks to you both for coming on tonight. dana, are zingers the answer for mitt romney? >> well, he has to beware the very perilous boomerang zinger. delivering in sort of the wrong way, then it looks canned, it looks contrived and that you're trying too hard. if he comes out and says, there you go again, you're going to hear a thumping sound and that's going to be me and everybody else pounding our heads on the table in the next room in the debate. he's wooden and stiff as it is. if he's seen as throwing down a line, that's much worse than skipping the zingers at all. i would just try to have an actual debate. >> michelle, it's pretty bad when you use a zinger and it doesn't even work but, to be honest, mitt romney's been talking and dealing with zingers for a long time. let me show you something about mitt romney and zingers going back a little bit. >> coming up with the best answers for the best zingers. and number two is being able to communicate to the people of america that you're a leader. i think i have the best idea
political analyst karen finney, dana mill bank, a political columnist for "the washington post," and mike, a white house correspondent for "time" magazine. karen, mr. romney proudly offered his own health care reform as evidence that he cares about people. 50 minutes later he says he'll repeal the president's health care reform. two of our producers have been hospitalized for whiplash having been forced to watch which way he's gone. thankfully they have health care. is even mr. romney himself now tired of the severely conservative mask that he himself has been forced to wear? >> indeed, i think he is. as we talked about earlier this week, just a year or two or three ago, he had exactly the opposite position and was criticizing the idea that people would, you know, go to emergency rooms and that -- talking very differently about health care. the problem with this is it plays to exactly his fundamental flaw as a candidate, which is people don't trust him. you know, i have talked to people, even conservatives, a friend of mine's conservative mother had the best quote of all. she said i don't
. with republican strategist alex castellanos, and cinda lake and congressional correspondent dana bash. i'm candy crowley. this is "state of the union." >>> it would not be debate season if the political world and the campaigns didn't play the expectations game. >> the president is obviously a very eloquent, gifted speaker. he will do just fine. >> the president's campaign manager jim mecina called romney a very skilled debater and in an open memo to interested parties, senior advisor david axelrod just as he was in the primaries, we expect mitt romney to be a prepared, disciplined, and aggressive debater. joining me now is someone who knows a thing or two about expectations and debates, republican senator john mccain. a little trip down memory lane there. you smiled during it, i thought that was interesting. you debated both. size up the debate. >> i think it will be excellent. i think both candidates are well prepared, and understandably, you'll see their sur gats lowering expectations. i don't know how our guy will compete, and that's part of the whole routine. >> who is the tougher debater? >
at the oakland coliseum - and we'rt talking baseball. "untsi untsi untsi untsi un" untsi-untsi- unt >>> i'm dana king. coming up at 6:00, a whole lot of noise at the coliseum, and we're not talking baseball. you know the sound. big fun if that's your scene, but a lot of neighbors did not want to hear at deafening volume this is weekend. why concert organizers admit it was too darned loud. >> and speaking of bay area coliseums, richard nixon threw out the the first pitch, and the beatles threw played there, so what will happen to candlestick? >> see you in 30 minutes. >> i like that. >> the cbs evening news with scott pelley is coming up next. >> the latest news and
there is a catch. len? >> reporter: dana, backers of this bill have been saying for years that it would make california roads a lot safer because suddenly hundreds of thousands of people, some of whom may already be driving without licenses, would be able to drive legally and get insurance. getting a driver's license is part of the road map to success in california. >> you can't get around here without having a license. >> reporter: and that's the reason behind a bill that governor brown just signed into law. it will allow about 350,000 young illegal immigrants who came across the border as children to obtain a california driver's license for the first time. >> it clarifies a lot of fear in the community. >> reporter: something immigrants rights groups have been fighting for for years. >> it solidifies the fact that you're going to have these students who are not only be able to work but also to get a driver's license. >> reporter: earlier this year, long lines formed in cities across america as young illegal immigrants signed up for the right to work legally under a new obama administration
believe in yourself. be patient. >> dana: speaking of dreams you had a dreams of my five that you haven't done this week. >> greg: i'll do it tomorrow. running out of time. way to ruin the segment. dais is it for us -- >> dana: that is it for us. thank you for watching. see you tomorrow. >> bret: good evening, i'm bret baier. this is "special report." we're coming to you tonight from the university of denver, daniel l. richie center. site of wednesday's presidential debate. more on that in a bit. but we begin with potential trouble for the obama administration. word tonight that the white house had more warning we thought about the violence that resulted in death of four americans at the u.s. mission in libya last month, including the killing of the first u.s. ambassador since 1979. lawmakers say those in benghazi begged for security increases but were refused. here is catherine herridge. >> how secure was the consulate in benghazi before the assault on 9/11? republicans in a letter to secretary of state hillary clinton ad 12 incidents that show security was unstable, unraveling a
welcome to the show. >> greg: they're your height. >> dana: later you can take them around in the little jeep. >> greg: my big wheel. >> bob: exactly. >> greg: we are out of time. that's it for "the five." >> dana: say bye. >> bret: the center of the political universe, ohio, the president targets college students and the challenger targets the president. 4 41 days to go. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening. i'm bret baier. we are now inside six weeks before america picks its next president. in the time days there will be a well-worn path in and through what could be the most crucial state on the electoral map. ohio. we have fox team coverage. ed henry is in kent where the president courted university students today, but we begin with carl cameron in toledo tonight with the romney campaign. good evening, carl. >> reporter: hi, bret. mitt romney's campaign says he has been outspent and out advertised by the obama campaign. now the president inching ahead in the lead, well, challenger now playing catch-up. >> talk is cheap. you can be extraordinarily eloqu
-month campaign ♪ >> stephanie: dana in maryland, you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: good morning everybody. how are you? >> stephanie: we're having too much fun. >> caller: i know. it is getting sweet, isn't it? i wanted to be the official biggest hal sparks fan of "the stephanie miller show." >> stephanie: oh, get in line. >> caller: if it's not taken. get in line? oh, darn it. >> i appreciate the effort more than anything. it takes a lot of work, i'm sorry to say. >> stephanie: no cutting. >> caller: my son, we watch lab rats. we think you're fab. okay so just as usual, a couple of things. i was just -- gretchen carlson this morning -- >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> caller: she feels that the polls are -- they're lying about the polls. >> stephanie: of course they are. >> caller: she said it is giving people who might not be decided subliminal messages so they might not go vote now because they're getting the subliminal messages. >> the manchurian voter. >> caller: it won't matter. then they put dic
on. what we don't see is the work that goes behind the scenes the night before. our dana bash who sat down with one of the men who is prepping romney for a debate and gives us an inside look. >> if you make a serious accusation against governor romney like that -- >> i simply suggested -- >> you need to explain that. >> you want to try again? i mean -- >> wouldn't it be nice if people didn't make accusations somewhere else that they weren't willing to defend here? >> okay. >> how critical was that moment? >> it was a huge moment in the debates for governor romney. >> why? >> because in that one sentence he was able to take an issue that others had been dogging him with and put it to rest. he was able to communicate clearly. if you are going to milwaukee the charge, make it on the stage, and that really put gingrich in his place. you know, that's happened through -- that happened throughout the primary debates. when pawlenty wouldn't -- if a candidate is not willing to say the same thing on stage face-to-face that they'll say in an interview, we view them as weak. that moment was a mom
and professional. dana chandler will have to stand trial for double homicide. >> she has a very complicated role in my life. because she is my mom, and she is my dad's killer. >> hawley's father, mike cisco, and his fiancee, karen harkness, were shot to death in 2002. from day one, h anch inaley and brother knew who did it. >> i know my mom did it. >> i don't want it to be her. >> reporter: her mother had stalked their father and karen for years. showing up unexpectedly at their homes, driving past family gatherings and calling incessantly. >> she would not let me off the phone. >> reporter: for nearly a decade, dana chandler walked free because there was no physical evidence linking her to the murders and she was living eight hours away in denver, colorado. in 2009, "48 hours" with our late colleague, harold dow, was the first to publicly name chandler as a suspect, and the case heated up. >> do you know anything about the death of michael and karen? >> i have no idea what happened to michael and karen. >> haley cisco started secretly recording her mother, hoping that dana would say something t
the bright lights of the debate stage, heralding president obama's talents at going this. i'm curious dana, do you think chris christie went off script earlier today, when he said, come thursday morning, we're going to be talking about the outstanding job that mitt rom y romney. he's supposed to be saying my guy has a speech impediment. >> here comes the comical that reed was talking about. he has to come out attacking and trying to dislodge obama. >> did he emerge from any one of them as a clear winner, dana? >> there wasn't any -- he was solid, but with a couple of exceptions, but in each one you would say he won on points. there was no knockout, he was very skilled at that, but that's not to say that obama isn't. i don't think either of them is sort of the classic college debater. but they're both very capable. i'm going out to denver and getting some popcorn and enjoy the show. >> president obama is meeting with seniors and he's talking about medicare. >> mid romney said at the time were he president in this past, he would sign it into law. sign into law the requirement you all come u
impact on who wins the white house. dana bash shows us it happened before. >> reporter: election year 1972. the raging unpopular war in vietnam consumed the bitter campaign battle between president nixon and george mcgovern. suddenly on october 26th, 12 days before the election, vietnam negotiator henry kissinger made a surprise declaration believed to cement nixon's front-runner status. >> we believe that peace is at hand. >> reporter: it was the first so-called october surprise. a late in the game campaign event with a significant impact on the election. >> in order to win re-election for nixon in 1972, he needed to end the vietnam war. and this was sort of the definetive statement. >> reporter: the most famous october surprise was in 1980. 52 u.s. hostages held in iran were not released before the election despite president carter's efforts. instead they were freed as soon as rsh was inaugurated setting off democratic suspicion never proven that reagan elm sears back chanld with iran in delaying freeing the hostages and denied the troubled carter campaign a huge pre-election boost.
into their house. dana and troy donovan and their two daughters had to live in a relatives cramped basement for months because they couldn't move back in their own house. get this, they couldn't come within 100 yards of their home because the squatters got a restraining order. >> we felt helpless. and angry. >> look what happened when i tried to get answers at the donovan's house. >> this is not your house, you know that? >> yeah. >> why are you still here? dana and troy told me the nightmare began after troy found temporary work out of state. they say they left their home of 12 years locked up tight. >> you didn't leave the house empty. >> no. we had possessions in the home, nonessential possessions. items outside of the home, patio set, play set for the children. >> when they came home months later they found the squatters in the house. >> i was floored. >> i was outraged. i couldn't believe it. i thought it has to be a mistake. >> dana and troy actually won an eviction order but one of the swatters then filed for bankruptcy. cops say they couldn't evict someone while it was pending. >> l
or president. they call it the october surprise. dana bash breaks it down starting in october of 1972. >> reporter: election year 1972. the raging unpopular war in vietnam consumed the bitter campaign battle between president nixon and george mcgovern. suddenly on october 26th, 12 days before the election, vietnam negotiator henry kissinger made a surprise declaration, believed to cement president nixon's front-runner status. >> we believe that peace is at hand. >> reporter: it was the first so-called october surprise, a late in the game campaign event with a significant impact on the election. >> in order to win re-election for nixon in 1972, they needed to end the vietnam war, and this was sort of the definitive statement. >> reporter: the most famous october surprise was in 1980, and the surprise was what did not happen. 52 u.s. hostages held in iran were not released before the election, despite president carter's efforts. instead, they were freed as soon as ronald reagan was inaugurated, setting off democratic suspicion never proven that reagan emissaries back channeled with iran
to change. >> i want to bring in dana milbank and matt welsh. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> i suppose we shouldn't be surprised this race to lower expectations. give us your take on the expectations for this debate. >> romney needs something to happen for him. he's had a bad couple of weeks. ever since the 47% comment which i think that be difficult for him. what he needs to do is kind of what obama did in 2008. when you look at when things started to move for obama, it was during the debates. specifically he made the case then right or wrong that he was a better steward of the economy than john mccain in troubled times. romney's got to make that case in 2012. >> little different when you're running against an incumbent. right? there's not a direct parallel there. >> look at the transcript. he was running against president bush. that these set of economic policies are wrong and i have a compelling vision. whether he can do that is another story. >> your colleague e.j. deion wrote journalists are in search of defining moments and game changers. by this standard, romney ne
evening i am alan martin >> kim dana king, a new poll suggests what could be a major shift among californians when it comes to the death penalty. >> voters will have the final say on proposition 34 but a new field poll shows a statistical tie. 45 percent want to keep capital punishment and 42 percent want to ban it. that is within the margin of error. and with 12 percent still undecided. almost 13%. those numbers are surprising because polls have shown strong support for capital punishment. those fighting proposition 34 are finding an unlikely ally. joe vasquez is here with a strange politics of some death row inmates .. >> as bizarre as that seems, an attorney that represents death row inmates tells me it is true, it would rather face a lethal injection then support that new law because they are worried it could take away a chance to prove their innocence. >> t
cbs news all-around world, good night. >> good evening i am dana king @ >> i am alan martin. we have a developing story in navato where a child is in critical condition after being hit by a car. it happened near the intersection of navato boulevard and sandy creek way near san grant high-school. mike sugerman is there, what can you tell us? >> we don't have a lot of information but what we can tell you is that this is every parent's nightmare, and for a driver, a nightmare as well. the scene still has a bicycle in the middle of the road and that white s u v, the 11 year-old girl, as you mentioned, is in critical condition, she had just moved into the neighborhood a few weeks ago, riding her bicycle home from the middle school, and hit by that white suburban on the street there. and from what we can see, she was thrown at least 10 ft., originally taken to the navato community high-school but they really cannot do what she needed, she was airlifted to a trauma unit in another
evening i am alan martin >> i am dana king, back when it all started, the top-selling passenger car in the united states was a ford taurus. tonight it has been two decades of frustration, expletives, could pounding and chest thumping because the bicycle ride people love to hate and they're gearing up for their 20th birthday party. joe vasquez is here with a big frustrating, or fun, depending on your point of view, birthday bash, for critical mass. >> a couple thousand people have gathered already, perhaps more than that, you can see the crowd at justin herman plaza and as i walk right at people from different countries, a man from italy, one from brazil, a couple from canada, the costumes are interesting, very colorful, if they're wearing them, there are at least five naked men in the crowd. and the atmosphere is very festive as they're celebrating two decades of taking over the streets of san francisco. >> on the last friday of the month, for 20 years, they have mounted their bicycles and claude san fransisco traffic.
: dana perino has something to add. top of the hour, there she is with doocy. mike rowe here at a ford dealer with a little q&a for fiona. tell me fiona, who's having a big tire event? your ford dealer. who has 11 major brands to choose from? your ford dealer. who's offering a rebate? your ford dealer. who has the low price tire guarantee... affording peace of mind to anyone who might be in the market for a new set of res? your ford dealer. i'm beginning to sense a pattern. buy four select tires, get a $60 rebate. use the ford service credit credit card, get $60 more. that's up to $120. where did you get that sweater vest? your ford dealer. >> gretchen: good morning, everyone. hope you had a fantastic weekend. today is monday, already october 1. hope you're gonna have a great week. i'm gretchen carlson. 37 days now until the election and the next big game changer about to happen. the first presidential debate will be wednesday night. but are both sides agreeing now that romney might win that? why is that? we'll explain. >> steve: even after the white house admitted it had the facts wro
wednesday night in denver. kate baldwin is here and dana bash and first correspondent jessica yellin. how's the president, jessica, preparing for this big night 48 hours or so from now? >> wolf, he's flown out to henderson, nevada, where he's mostly hunkered down. he's out there some of his top strategists for three days of intensive debate prep. i caught up with senator john kerry. he's the man who's playing mitt romney in the mock debates and he helped explain why the president had to leave washington, d.c. to get ready for wednesday's rumble. >> well, the president's the president. he was at the u.n. giving two major speeches. he's been dealing with all sorts of international business, domestic business. he is at the white house a lot of the time preparing and i can tell you that his -- they have had to cancel times when he might or might not have been able to do preparation. it's my understanding mitt romney spent four or five days secluded somewhere. had five debates in 24 hours or 48 hours. and has senator portman with him every day on the airplane practicing. i'm here. i'm not trav
'm dana king. >> i'm allen martin his law office torched. a bay area mayor has a message for the arsonist. i will not be intimidated. reporter joe vazquez is here with more pointed words from the mayor. >> reporter: take a look behind me. you can see some of the damage on the law office of the mayor of vallejo. now cbs 5 has learned there's another fire in the 700 block, just three blocks away. the new fire at a storage facility behind the village cocktail lounge was called in just after 6:00 this morning. investigators say it appears the arsonist successfully torched the shed, destroying all of its contents. this appears to be another arsonist attempt. but that attempt failed. three blocks away from the fire, it ripped through the law offices of the mayor. police say
a chipotle restaurant in denver with senator rob portman. portman is playing obama in the mock debates. dana bash is following the romney campaign. dan lothian is with the obama campaign. did i say dana you're following the romney campaign? let's start with you, dana bash, you're in washington. what do you got? >> i have been looking into and reporting on some of romney's debate preps. you're right, carol. you mentioned that romney was with gop senator rob portman. i got to tell you, it is surprising that romney wants to hang out with portman still since he has been playing president obama. by all accounts in the mock debates, portman has been very, very tough on romney, to prepare him for the real thing. portman is the go-to guy for republicans for debate prep. he's worked with republican candidates since 2000 and i spoke with senator portman in an exclusive interview about what he does to prepare to prepare romney. >> how they're likely to express themselves, what the body language is going to be like, try to imitate the person, but you try to give a fair presentation, you know to whoever
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